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Winnie Thomas and a man named Luis prepared lunch last month at the Center House, a group for the mentally disabled near downtown Boston. The group faces cuts in United Way funding.
Winnie Thomas and a man named Luis prepared lunch last month at the Center House, a group for the mentally disabled near downtown Boston. The group faces cuts in United Way funding. (Globe Staff Photo / Michele McDonald) Globe Staff Photo / Michele McDonald

United Way shifts focus, some funds

Dozens of area nonprofits facing cutoffs

By Sasha Talcott
Globe Staff / April 17, 2005

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United Way organizations across the country are narrowing their focus and, as a result, have cut off funds for dozens of groups that no longer fit their priorities. (Full article: 1328 words)

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